Big Show knows how important it is to get the details right whether he's trailering his bass rig or his 28-foot ocean boat.
When you're a tournament angler, few things are as important as good preparation, and that includes practice.
Elite rookie Brandon Lester figures that a lipless crankbait will play a big role this week at the St. Johns River. Here's the gear he needs to fish it.
Elite Series pro Keith Poche talks about how he attacks matted vegetation in search of big bass.
Even if all you have are your rods, reels and tackleboxes, you're not really ready to go fishing.
Mark Menendez talks about when to use a rattling crankbait and when to pull out the silent one.
It's easy to let tough fishing or a lost fish ruin your day, but I'm here to tell you that a big part of what separates successful tournament anglers from the ones who don't perform as well as they could is the ability to salvage the bad days, turn them into productive days and move on.
Jordan Lee offers bass fishing tips for when water temperatures hover in the 45- to 55-degree range.
I recently conducted a Facebook poll and from all the many great questions I received, the one that I want to address first is this: How do you break down a new body of water?
Spring is my favorite time of the year. It’s not only the rebirth of nature after the winter but it’s also the time when bass fishing makes the most sense to me.
If I don't have something tied on for practice that's rigged on the right rod, with the right reel and the right line size, I probably won't take the time to set it up after I'm on the water.